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Philadelphia - Notable Historical Events

William PennJun 18, 1682

Benjamin FranklinJul 23, 1726

William AllenJun 24, 1731

Millard FillmoreFeb 18, 1856

H. H. HolmesNov 17, 1894

William Howard TaftJun 17, 1915

Willie SuttonFeb 9, 1947

Dick ClarkOct 7, 1952

Bill RussellJan 23, 1965

Darryl SittlerJan 20, 1982

Ron HextallApr 11, 1989

Jimmy JohnsonNov 23, 1989

Mike SchmidtMay 26, 1990

Brett HullJan 18, 1992

Joe CarterOct 23, 1993

Ron MacLeanJun 3, 2010

Steve SabolFeb 12, 2013

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Philadelphia - Historical Events
Date Event
1682-06-18

William Penn founds Philadelphia, US

1682-10-27

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is founded.

1726-07-23

Benjamin Franklin sails back to Philadelphia

1726-10-11

Benjamin Franklin returns to Philadelphia from England

1731-06-24

Freemason and Mayor of Philadelphia William Allen is appointed Provincial Grand Master of Pennsylvania, the first and youngest Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania

1731-11-08

In Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin opens 1st US library

1732-02-26

1st mass celebrated in 1st American Catholic church, St Joseph's, Philadelphia

1732-11-14

First professional librarian in north America, Louis Timothee, hired in Philadelphia

1743-02-03

Philadelphia establishes a "pesthouse" to quarantine immigrants

1748-08-26

The first Lutheran denomination in North America, the Pennsylvania Ministerium, is founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1752-05-11

1st US fire insurance policy issued (Philadelphia)

1759-01-11

1st American life insurance company incorporated, Philadelphia

1761-05-22

1st life insurance policy in North America issued in Philadelphia

1765-05-03

1st US medical college opens in Philadelphia

1768-02-15

1st mustard manufactured in America advertised, Philadelphia

1770-06-28

Quakers open a school for blacks in Philadelphia

1773-12-26

Expulsion of tea ships from Philadelphia

1774-09-05

1st Continental Congress assembles at Carpenters' Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1774-10-14

1st Continental Congress makes Declaration of Colonial Rights in Philadelphia

1774-10-26

First Continental Congress adjourns in Philadelphia

1775-07-26

United States Post Office (U.S.P.O.) created in Philadelphia under Benjamin Franklin

1776-07-08

Col John Nixon gave 1st public reading of Decaration of Independence (Philadelphia)

1777-09-25

British general William Howe conquers Philadelphia

1777-09-27

British General William Howe occupies Philadelphia during American Revolution

1778-06-18

British Redcoats evacuate Philadelphia

1778-06-24

David Rittenhouse observes a total solar eclipse in Philadelphia

1781-05-26

Bank of North America incorporates in Philadelphia

1782-01-07

1st US commercial bank, Bank of North America, opens in Philadelphia

1784-01-07

1st US seed business established by David Landreth, Philadelphia

1785-03-01

Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of Agriculture organized

1787-01-28

Philadelphia's Free Africa Society organizes

1787-04-12

Philadelphia's Free African Society forms

1787-05-14

Delegates gather in Philadelphia to draw up US constitution

1787-09-17

US constitution adopted by Philadelphia convention

1790-03-13

John Martin, 1st American-born actor, performs in Philadelphia

1790-06-09

1st book copyrighted under constitution, "Philadelphia Spelling Book"

1790-12-06

The U.S. Congress moves from New York City to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1793-01-09

1st hot-air balloon flight in the US lifts off in Philadelphia, piloted by Jean Pierre Blanchard

1793-01-23

Humane Society of Philadelphia (1st aid society) organized

1793-06-10

Washington supersedes Philadelphia as US capital

1794-06-10

Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia forms

1794-07-17

Richard Allen organizes Philadelphia's Bethel African Meth Episcopal Church

1794-07-29

African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas in Philadelphia, dedicated

1804-02-16

Lt Stephen Decatur raids Tripoli Harbor & burns Navy frigate "Philadelphia" after pirates seized it

1805-12-26

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts established, Philadelphia

1808-04-08

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Baltimore was promoted to an archdiocese, with the founding of the dioceses of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Bardstown (now Louisville) by Pope Pius VII.

1810-02-28

1st US fire insurance joint-stock company organized, Philadelphia

1816-12-02

1st savings bank in US opens (Philadelphia Savings Fund Society)

1817-05-15

Opening of the first private mental health hospital in the United States, the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of Their Reason (now Friends Hospital) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1821-11-09

1st US pharmacy college holds 1st classes, Philadelphia

1828-03-24

Philadelphia & Columbia Railway (1st state owned) authorized

1834-10-14

In Philadelphia, Whigs and Democrats stage a gun, stone and brick battle for control of a Moyamensing Township election, resulting in one death, several injuries, and the burning down of a block of buildings.

1835-06-01

6th national black convention (Philadelphia)

1839-02-24

Steam shovel patented by William Otis, Philadelphia

1847-05-05

American Medical Association organized (Philadelphia)

1849-05-15

Philadelphia Turngemeinde founded

1851-01-01

City of Glasgow steamer inaugurates Philadelphia-Liverpool line

1851-09-15

Saint Joseph's University is founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1854-12-15

1st street-cleaning machine in US 1st used in Philadelphia

1856-02-18

The American Party (Know-Nothings) convenes in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to nominate its first Presidential candidate, former President Millard Fillmore.

1856-06-17

Republican Party opens its 1st national convention in Philadelphia

1858-03-09

Albert Potts of Philadelphia patents the street mailbox

1859-03-21

Zoological Society of Philadelphia, 1st in US, incorporated

1861-11-19

The first petroleum shipment (1,329 barrels) from the U.S. to Europe leaves Philadelphia, USA, for London, England on the Elizabeth Watts

1869-12-09

Noble Order of Knights of Labor founded, Philadelphia

1869-12-30

Philadelphia Knights of Labor forms

1870-02-05

1st motion picture shown to a theater audience, Philadelphia

1874-07-01

1st US zoo opens (Philadelphia)

1876-02-02

Baseball's National League forms with teams in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia, St Louis

1876-04-02

Philadelphia A's & Boston Red Caps play 1st NL game, in Phila

1876-05-10

Centennial Fair opens in Philadelphia

1876-06-05

Bananas become popular in US, at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia

1876-10-06

American Library Association organized in Philadelphia

1878-12-26

1st US store to install electric lights, Philadelphia

1883-09-13

Hugh Daily, a one-armed pitcher for Cleveland (Forest City), tosses 1-0 no-hitter against Philadelphia

1886-02-13

Painter Thomas Eakins resigns from Philadelphia Academy of Art after controversial over use of male nudes in a coed art class

1887-04-30

1st game played at Broad & Huntingdon St Park (Baker Bowl) in Philadelphia; Phillies beat Giants 19-10

1887-06-15

NY Giants beat Philadelphia Phillies 29-1

1888-12-25

1st indoor baseball game played at fairgrounds in Philadelphia

1894-11-17

Serial killer H. H. Holmes is arrested in Boston after being tracked there from Philadelphia by the Pinkertons

1903-02-28

Barney Dreyfuss & James Potter buys Philadelphia Phillies for $170,000

1908-04-13

Groundbreaking on Philadelphia's Shibe Park (home of A's & Phillies)

1908-07-04

NY Giant George "Hooks" Witse no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 1-0 in 10 inn

1909-04-12

Philadelphia's Shibe Park (later Connie Mack Stadium) opens

1910-02-23

1st radio contest held (Philadelphia)

1911-02-25

Victor Herbert's opera "Natoma," premieres in Philadelphia

1912-07-18

Chicago Cubs get 21 hits but lose to Philadelphia Phillies in 11 innings

1914-09-09

Boston Brave George Davis no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 7-0

1915-06-17

The League to Enforce Peace is organised at Independence Hall in Philadelphia with William Howard Taft as president; its program anticipates the League of Nations

1915-09-29

Philadelphia Phillies clinch their 1st pennant

1915-10-13

Boston Red Sox beat Philadelphia Phillies, 4 games to 1 in 12th World Series

1917-11-18

Sigma Alpha Rho, a Jewish high school fraternity, is founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1918-07-26

Race riot in Philadelphia (3 whites & 1 black killed)

1921-11-15

KYW-AM in Philadelphia PA begins radio transmissions

1922-03-20

WIP-AM in Philadelphia PA begins radio transmissions

1924-09-13

19th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Philadelphia (5-0)

1925-09-12

20th Davis Cup: USA beats France in Philadelphia (5-0)

1926-05-31

Sesquicentennial Exposition opens in Philadelphia

1926-09-11

21st Davis Cup: USA beats France in Philadelphia (4-1), for their 7th straight championship

1927-09-10

22nd Davis Cup: France beats USA in Philadelphia (3-2)

1929-10-14

Philadelphia A's set World Series record of 10 runs in an inning

1930-06-23

Chicago Cubs beat Philadelphia Phillies 21-8

1933-07-09

Frankford Yellowjackets sold, rechristened Philadelphia Eagles

1933-10-15

Philadelphia Eagles play 1st NFL game, lose to NY Giants 56-0

1933-11-12

1st Sunday football game in Philadelphia (previously illegal)

1934-11-06

NFL Philadelphia Eagles beat Cincinnati Reds 64-0

1935-01-21

WFI-AM in Philadelphia Penn merges with WLIT as WFIL (now WEAZ)

1936-06-11

Presbyterian Church of America founded at Philadelphia

1937-02-04

Jim Margie, Philadelphia, bowls 900 in 3 (unsanctioned) games

1937-05-12

St Louis Cards beat Philadelphia Phillies, 15-3

1938-08-05

33rd Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Philadelphia (3-2)

1938-12-14

AL permits Cleveland & Philadelphia to play night games

1939-03-28

Philip Barry's "Philadelphia Story" premieres in NYC

1940-04-14

RCA demonstrated its new electron microscope in Philadelphia

1940-04-20

1st electron microscope demonstrated (RCA), Philadelphia, Pa

1940-11-10

Pittsburgh & Philadelphia play a penalty free NFL game

1941-01-03

Sergei Rachmaninov's "Symphonic Dances" premieres in Philadelphia

1941-09-03

KYW TV channel 3 in Philadelphia, PA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1942-02-09

Philadelphia "Phillies" change nickname (temporarily) to "Phils"

1943-02-18

William D Cox buys Philadelphia Phillies

1943-06-19

NFL's Philadelphia Eagles & Pittsburgh Steelers merge, (dissolves on Dec 5)

1943-07-13

11th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Shibe Park, Philadelphia

1943-08-12

Alleged date of the first Philadelphia Experiment test on United States Navy ship USS Eldridge.

1946-02-08

Béla Bartók's 3rd Concert for piano/orchestra premieres in Philadelphia, PA, US

1947-02-09

Bank robber Willie Sutton escapes jail in Philadelphia

1947-09-13

WPVI TV channel 6 in Philadelphia, PA (ABC) begins broadcasting

1947-12-28

Chic Cards beat Philadelphia Eagles 28-21 in NFL championship game

1948-03-15

WCAU TV channel 10 in Philadelphia, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-12-19

Philadelphia Eagles shutout Chicago Cards 7-0 in NFL championship game

1949-08-12

16th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Philadelphia 38, All-Stars 0 (93,780)

1949-12-18

Philadelphia Eagles beat LA Rams 14-0 in NFL championship game

1950-08-11

17th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 17, Philadelphia 7 (88,885)

1950-10-07

NY Yankees sweep Philadelphia Phillies in 47th World Series

1952-10-07

First "Bandstand" broadcast in Philadelphia on WFIL-TV (Dick Clark joins in 1955 as a substitute-host)

1954-11-04

Philadelphia A's move to Kansas City

1954-11-08

AL approves Philadelphia A's move to Kansas City

1954-12-10

Philadelphia Phillies purchase Connie Mack Stadium

1956-02-13

KYW-AM in Philadelphia Penn gives calls to WTAM (now WWWE) Cleveland

1956-07-04

Independence National Historical Park forms in Philadelphia

1956-09-25

Brooklyn Dodger Sal Maglie no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 5-0

1957-04-25

WUHY TV channel 35 in Philadelphia, PA (PBS) begins broadcasting

1960-01-22

10th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 125-115 at Philadelphia

1960-08-15

Mil Brave Lew Burdette no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 1-0

1960-09-16

Mil Brave Warren Spahn no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 4-0

1960-12-26

Philadelphia Eagles beat Green Bay Packers 17-13 in NFL championship game

1961-08-04

28th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Philadelphia 28, All-Stars 14 (66,000)

1961-08-14

Philadelphia Phillies lose 17th straight game

1962-01-26

David Diamond's 7th Symphony, premieres in Philadelphia

1962-03-21

Philadelphia retires pitcher Robin Roberts' # 36

1963-07-19

Philadelphia Phillies Roy Siever hits HR # 300

1964-07-07

All star MVP: John Callison (Philadelphia Phillies)

1964-08-28

Race riot in Philadelphia

1965-01-23

Boston Celtic center Bill Russell misses all 14 shots in loss to Philadelphia Warriors led by Wilt Chamberlain

1965-05-18

WTAF TV channel 29 in Philadelphia, PA (IND) begins broadcasting

1965-06-19

KYW-AM in Cleveland Ohio returns call letters to Philadelphia

1965-09-17

WPHL TV channel 17 in Philadelphia, PA (IND) begins broadcasting

1966-07-12

US Treasury announces it will buy mutilated silver coins at silver bullion price at Philadelphia & Denver mints

1967-10-02

Groundbreaking begins on Veteran Stadium in Philadelphia

1967-11-05

New Orleans Saints 1st NFL victory, beat Philadelphia Eagles 31-24

1969-05-01

Leonard Tose buys NFL Philadelphia Eagles for $16,155,000

1970-01-20

20th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 142-135 at Philadelphia

1970-10-01

Last game at Philadelphia's Connie Mack Stadium, Phils-2 Expos-1

1971-01-04

Philadelphia's Veteran Stadium dedicated

1971-10-10

First game played at Philadelphia's Veteran Stadium, Phils win 4-1

1973-02-11

Philadelphia 76ers lose their 20th NBA game in a row

1973-12-01

Stan Stasiak beats Pedro Morales in Philadelphia, to become WWF champ

1976-02-03

26th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 123-109 at Philadelphia

1976-07-21

1st outbreak of "Legionnaire's Disease" kills 29 in Philadelphia

1978-09-30

Cleveland, Houston, NY, Philadelphia & Pittsburgh Phillies win 3rd consecutive NL East Division title

1978-11-19

"The Miracle at the Meadowlands", Eagles Herman Edwards returns a fumble for a touchdown with 31 seconds left to give Philadelphia a 19-17 victory over the rival New York Giants

1979-11-12

Tony Franklin of Philadelphia Eagles kicks 59-yard field goal

1981-01-25

Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders beat Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Jim Plunkett, Oakland, QB

1981-10-29

Bill Giles becomes CEO of Philadelphia Phillies

1982-01-20

Darryl Sittler is traded by the Toronto Maple Leafs to the Philadelphia Flyers

1982-08-04

NY Met Joel Youngblood singles in Chicago day game, he is traded, then singles for Expos in Philadelphia night game

1983-10-16

Balt Orioles beat Philadelphia Phillies, 4 games to 3 in 80th World Series

1983-11-08

W Wilson Goode (D) elected 1st black mayor of Philadelphia

1984-05-26

Frisbee is kept aloft for 1,672 seconds in Philadelphia

1985-05-13

Philadelphia police attack a house held by group "Move", 11 killed

1986-08-18

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Philadelphia PA on WYSP 94.1 FM

1986-08-18

WYSP-FM Philadelphia begins simulcasting Howard Stern Show

1988-08-27

Dodger Tommy Lasorda wins 1,000th game as manager tops Philadelphia, 4-2

1989-03-12

2 cyanide-contaminated Chilean grapes found (Philadelphia)

1989-04-11

1st playoff goal scored by a goalie, Ron Hextall of Philadelphia

1989-06-09

Rare tornado in Philadelphia kills 1

1989-11-23

"Bounty Bowl", the Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Dallas Cowboys 27-0 on Thanksgiving in an ill-tempered game that featured several scuffles and injuries, after which Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson accuses Eagles coach Buddy Ryan of placing bounties on players

1990-05-26

Philadelphia Phillies retire Mike Schmidt's uniform #20

1991-07-28

Buffalo Bills beat Philadelphia Eagles, 17-13 in American Bowl in Wembley

1992-01-18

NHL All Star Game - Campbell-10, Wales-6 (Brett Hull, MVP) at Philadelphia

1993-07-07

Philadelphia Phillies beat SF Giants 7-6 in 20 innings

1993-10-23

Tor Blue Jays beat Philadelphia Phillies, 4 games to 2, in 89th World Series

1993-10-23

Joe Carter (Toronto Blue Jays) hits a World Series winning walk-off home run against the Philadelphia Phillies

1994-09-08

"Philadelphia, Here I Come" opens at Criterion NYC for 52 perfs

1994-10-22

"Philadelphia, Here I Come" closes at Criterion NYC after 52 perfs

2001-06-15

55th NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers beat Philadelphia 76ers, 4 games to 1

2004-01-11

"4th and 26", trailing the Green Bay Packers by 3 in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game, the Philadelphia Eagles faced 4th and 26 on their final drive, when Donovan McNabb hit Freddie Mitchell for 29 yards. The Eagles would tie the game and go on to win in overtime

2005-02-06

Super Bowl XXXIX, the New England Patriots win 24-21 over the Philadelphia Eagles

2005-09-27

Atlanta Braves clinch their 14th straight division title thanks to Philadelphia's loss to the New York Mets

2008-10-29

The Philadelphia Phillies defeat the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 5 of the 2008 World Series to become champions of Major League Baseball.

2010-06-03

Canadian sportscaster Ron MacLean saves a man from drowning in the Delaware River in Philadelphia

2010-12-19

"Miracle at the New Meadowlands", trailing the New York Giants by 21 points with under eight minutes to play in the 4th quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles score four unanswered touchdowns in the final seven minutes and 28 seconds of play, including the final score, a dramatic walk-off punt returned for a touchdown by DeSean Jackson as time expires

2013-02-12

At a ceremony in Philadelphia, the NFL pays tribute to the life of the late Steve Sabol and his many contributions to the league

2018-02-05

Philadelphia Eagles top New England Patriots to win their first Super Bowl

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Philadelphia - Notable Birthdays

William AllenAug 5, 1704

George McClellanDec 3, 1826

Margaret MeadDec 16, 1901

Billie HolidayApr 7, 1915

Roy CampanellaNov 19, 1921

Elias Victor SeixasAug 30, 1923

Dolph SchayesMay 19, 1928

Grace KellyNov 12, 1929

Wilt ChamberlainAug 21, 1936

Billy CunninghamJun 3, 1943

Kobe BryantAug 23, 1978

Philadelphia - Birthdays
Date Event
1704-08-05

William Allen, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Mayor of Philadelphia

1774-11-14

Gasparo Spontini, Philadelphia

1787-06-27

Thomas Say, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, American naturalist and father of descriptive entomology

1808-08-01

Henry Darwin Rogers, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, American Geologist (theory of mountain building, first geological mapping of Pennsylvania)

1826-02-16

Julia Grant, First City Troop of Philadelphia

1826-12-03

George McClellan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Union army major general, (d. 1885)

1849-12-05

Samuel H. Ashbridge, President McKinley and Mayor Ashbridge of Philadelphia

1851-08-19

Charles Hires, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, American Inventor and Manufacturer of the Hires Root Beer beverage

1854-06-19

Alfredo Catalani, Philadelphia

1855-05-01

Cecilia Beaux, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, American portrait painter

1866-07-23

Francesco Cilea, Philadelphia

1867-08-02

Frank Alvord Perret, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American volcanologist renowned for his research at Vesuvius, Etna, Stromboli and Kilauea

1867-08-28

Umberto Giordano, Philadelphia

1877-04-17

Lionel Pape, The Philadelphia Story

1880-9-14

John Halliday, The Philadelphia Story

1884-08-15

Mary Nash, The Philadelphia Story

1887-11-11

Roland Young, The Philadelphia Story

1890-08-27

Man Ray, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American artist and photographe (Dada)

1891-11-05

Earle "Greasy" Neale, NFL coach (Philadelphia Eagles)

1896-06-18

Philip Barry, US, dramatist (Philadelphia Story)

1898-04-09

Paul Robeson, Philadelphia, singer (Old Man River)/actor/footballer

1898-11-09

Leonard Carmichael, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, American Psychologist and secretary of the Smithsonian Institution (1953-1964)

1899-07-07

George Cukor, producer/director (Adam's Rib, Philadelphia Story)

1901-12-16

Margaret Mead, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, American anthropologist (Coming of Age in Samoa)

1903-07-26

Wade B. Rubottom, The Philadelphia Story

1904-10-07

Chuck Klein, Indianapolis In, Philadelphia Phillies (43 HRs in 1929)

1906-10-06

Janet Gaynor, Philadelphia, actress (Sunrise, A Star Is Born)

1908-08-04

Kurt Eichhorn, Philadelphia

1909-06-04

Paul Nordoff, Philadelphia, composer (Frog Prince)

1909-10-08

Bill Hewitt, NFL end (Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles)

1910-10-26

John "Cardinal" Krol, former archbishop (Philadelphia)

1911-10-30

Ruth Hussey, The Philadelphia Story

1911-12-09

Broderick Crawford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American actor (All the King's Men, Highway Patrol)

1912-04-21

Eve Arnold, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, photojournalist (Marilyn Monroe) (d. 2012)

1913-04-14

John Howard, The Philadelphia Story

1914-03-21

Dodie Demme, Philadelphia

1914-06-12

Bill Kenny, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, singer (The Bill Kenny Show), (d. 2012)

1914-11-20

Charles Berlitz, The Philadelphia Experiment

1915-03-06

Leonard Tose, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1915-04-07

Billie Holiday, [Eleanora Fagan], Philadelphia Pennsylvania, jazz singer (Lady Sings the Blues)

1915-07-17

Cass Daley, Philadelphia PA, actress (Red Garters)

1915-12-10

Karl Fruchtmann, Philadelphia, ich bin da!

1916-03-09

Jack Ferrante, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1916-08-15

Tommy Thompson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1917-04-05

Richard Yardumian, Philadelphia, composer (Come Creator Spirit)

1917-06-22

Davey O'Brien, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1918-03-04

Vic Sears, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1919-10-15

Russ Craft, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1919-11-17

Hershy Kay, Philadelphia Penn, composer/arranger (Olympic Hymn)

1920-08-12

Percy Mayfield, Philadelphia

1920-12-28

Steve Van Buren, NFL halfback (Philadelphia Eagles), (d. 2012)

1920-12-28

Al Wistert, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1921-05-30

Frank Kilroy, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1921-06-26

Nick Skorich, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1921-08-30

Angelo Dundee [Angelo Mirena], Philadelphia, boxing trainer and cornerman (Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, George Foreman), (d. 2012)

1921-11-19

Roy Campanella, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Brooklyn Dodger catcher (NL MVP 1951/53/55)

1922-01-17

Nicholas Katzenbach, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, lawyer (US Attorney General), (d. 2012)

1922-09-01

Joe Astroth, East Alton, Illinois, MLB player (Philadelphia/Kansas City Athletics), (d. 2013)

1923-02-10

Allie Sherman, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1923-04-28

William Guarnere, South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American WWII Veteran portrayed in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, (d. 2014)

1923-08-30

Elias Victor Seixas, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, American tennis player (Wimbeldon and U.S. Open champion)

1923-10-22

Pete Pihos, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1923-9-07

Bill Campbell, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1924-05-21

Robert Parris, Philadelphia, composer (Book of Imaginery Beings)

1925-04-20

Ernie Stautner, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1925-04-28

Vivian Brown, The Philadelphia Experiment

1927-03-19

Richie Ashburn, baseball infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)/sportscaster

1927-03-21

Virginia Weidler, The Philadelphia Story

1927-04-22

Norm Willey, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1927-12-14

Adrian Burk, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1928-05-19

Dolph Schayes, New York City New York, American basketball Hall of Famer (Syracuse Nationals/Philadelphia 76ers)

1928-06-26

Jacob Druckman, Philadelphia, composer (Animus I Auerole)

1929-05-25

Marion Campbell, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1929-06-03

Howard Yanks, founder (Philadelphia folk festival)

1929-11-12

Grace Kelly, Philadelphia Pa, actress (Rear Window)/Princess (Monaco), (d. 1982)

1929-11-24

John Henry Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1930-02-27

Joanne Woodward, Philadelphia

1930-06-21

Mike McCormack, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1930-11-17

David Werner Amram, Philadelphia Pa, composer (Splendor in the Grass)

1931-04-28

Bud Carson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1931-08-21

Pete Retzlaff, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1931-12-24

Robert Ridgely, Philadelphia

1932-03-27

Wes Covington, baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies)

1932-04-21

Elaine May, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American comedienne/writer/actress (New Leaf, Primary Colors)

1932-05-04

Harlon Hill, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1932-11-21

Jim Ringo, NFL center (Green Bay, Philadelphia)

1933-06-17

Anthony Bevilacqua, Brooklyn, New York, Roman Catholic Cardinal (Philadelphia), (d. 2012)

1934-01-24

Preston Carpenter, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1934-02-17

Buddy Ryan, NFL coach (Philadelphia Eagles, Phoenix Cardinals)

1934-02-17

Buddy Ryan, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1934-07-26

Tommy McDonald, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1934-09-07

Bill Giles, Rochester NY, baseball owner (Philadelphia Phillies)

1934-10-26

Rodney Hundley, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

1935-05-14

Billy Barnes, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1935-06-03

Ted Curson [Theodore], Philadelphia, Jazz Trumpeter, (d. 2012)

1935-9-14

Ed Khayat, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1935-9-23

Clarence Peaks, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1936-08-21

Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, NBA Legend (LA Laker, 5 time MVP)

1936-11-21

James DePreist, Philadelphia Penn, American conductor (Mitropolos 1964)

1938-03-24

Ted Dean, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1939-11-12

Lucia Popp, Philadelphia

1940-01-02

Horst Muhlmann, Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1940-03-25

Joe Carollo, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1940-07-06

Gary Ballman, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1941-05-26

Jim Johnson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1941-07-28

Riccardo Muti, Napoli Italy, conductor (Philadelphia Orch)

1941-10-03

Chubby Checker [Ernest Evans], Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American singer-songwriter (The Twist, Limbo Rock)

1941-12-03

Tom Woodeschick, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1942-01-10

Jim Croce, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, rock vocalist (Time in a Bottle) (d. 1973)

1942-06-12

Len Barry, [Leonard Borisoff], Philadelphia, American rocker (1-2-3-Dovells)

1942-10-13

Richie Kotite, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1943-01-25

Jack Snow, Los Angeles Rams vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1943-02-06

Fabian [Fabiano Anthony Forte], Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American vocalist (Turn Me Loose, Tiger)

1943-04-06

Spider Lockhart, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1943-05-03

Ron Smith, Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Diego Chargers

1943-06-03

Billy Cunningham, Brooklyn New York, NBA/ABA (Philadelphia 76ers, Carolina Cougers)

1943-08-13

Fred Hill, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1943-10-27

Al Nelson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1944-01-05

Edward Rendell, Philadelphia

1944-03-22

Ben Hawkins, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1944-06-29

Claude Humphrey, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1944-08-19

Buzz Kilman, Philadelphia

1944-11-19

Bob Howard, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1945-01-08

John Outlaw, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1945-02-09

Bill Bergey, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1945-06-18

Laurie Sibbald, The Girl from Philadelphia

1945-09-09

Dee Dee Sharp [Dione Larue], Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American R&B singer (I Love You Anyway)

1945-11-12

Neil Young, Philadelphia

1946-04-07

Michael Janover, The Philadelphia Experiment

1946-08-05

Bruce Coslet, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1946-10-14

Wade Key, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1947-01-24

Bill Bradley, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1947-02-02

David Zdunich, Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia

1947-02-26

Rick Arrington, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1947-07-09

Spike Jones, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1947-10-04

John Walton, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1947-12-30

Steve Mix, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

1948-02-19

Mark Andes, Philadelphia Pa, rock bassist (Spirit, Heart, Fireball)

1948-03-20

Art Malone, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1948-05-27

Stan Walters, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1948-09-01

James Rebhorn, Philadelphia, PA, actor (White Collar, Homeland), (d. 2014)

1948-10-10

Cyril Neville, Philadelphia

1948-11-20

Barbara Hendricks, Philadelphia

1948-12-09

Ron Vawter, Latham NY, actor (Philadelphia, Empire City, Twister)

1949-02-03

Bake McBride, Centennial: Over 100 Years of Philadelphia Phillies Baseball

1949-02-07

Tom Bailey, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1949-03-19

Po James, Los Angeles Rams vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1949-06-25

Kene Holiday, The Philadelphia Experiment

1949-08-16

Paul Pasqualoni, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1949-09-22

Harold Carmichael, NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1949-9-22

Harold Carmichael, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1950-02-22

Julius Erving, Philadelphia

1950-05-13

Bobby Valentine, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1950-07-26

Charlie Smith, Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1950-08-04

Caldwell Jones, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

1950-10-20

Ray Rhodes, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1950-12-25

Manny Trillo, baseball infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1951-02-05

Charlie Young, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1951-05-13

Guy Morriss, Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

1951-10-11

Jon Miller, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs

1952-02-22

James Philip Bagian, Philadelphia, MDPE/astronaut (STS 29, STS 40)

1952-03-12

Frank LeMaster, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1952-04-12

Roger Olkowski, The Philadelphia Experiment

1952-07-02

Joe Pisarcik, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1952-08-20

Daniel Chapman, Philadelphia

1954-03-02

John Sciarra, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1954-04-05

Al Dixon, Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

1954-07-03

Leroy Harris, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1954-11-08

Jimmie Giles, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1954-11-19

Ron Baker, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1954-9-16

Wilbert Montgomery, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1955-01-05

Bill Currier, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1955-01-25

Clarence Williams, Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Diego Chargers

1955-04-11

Michael Callen, Philadelphia

1955-10-29

J.T. Smith, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1955-9-16

Pat Ryan, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1956-07-18

Audrey Landers [Hamburg], Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American actress/singer (Dallas, Chorus Line)

1956-08-20

Billy Campfield, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1956-08-21

Mickey Shuler, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1956-10-05

Ron Nyswaner, Philadelphia

1956-11-18

Tony Franklin, NFL kicker (Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots)

1957-01-11

Darryl Dawkins, NBA center (Philadelphia 76ers, NJ Nets)

1957-03-14

Steve Lake, Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1957-06-08

Don Robinson, Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Diego Padres

1957-06-30

Roy Green, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1957-12-05

Art Monk, NFL wide receiver (Wash Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles)

1958-06-02

Tootie Robbins, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1958-07-07

Tim Teufel, Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Diego Padres

1958-10-07

Judy Landers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American actress (BJ & the Bear, Madame's Place)

1958-11-28

Todd Bell, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1958-9-21

Ron Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints

1959-01-16

Sade, Philadelphia

1959-04-18

Jim Eisenreich, St Cloud MN, outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies, Fla Marlins)

1959-05-14

Mike Quick, NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1959-07-16

Gary Anderson, NFL kickerk (Philadelphia Eagles)

1959-07-27

Hugh Green, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1959-08-21

Jim McMahon, NFL QB (Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles)

1959-12-28

Pat Beach, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1959-9-26

Walter Abercrombie, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1960-12-13

Richard Dent, defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1961-02-09

John Kruk, US baseball 1st baseman (Philadelphia Phillies)

1961-02-17

Guy McIntyre, NFL guard (Philadelphia Eagles)

1961-06-25

Johnny Meads, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Houston Oilers

1961-08-02

Ed West, NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles, Atlanta Falcons)

1961-08-02

Ed West, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1961-10-22

Luis Zendejas, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1961-11-29

Kim Delaney, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American actress (All My Children, NYPD Blue)

1962-01-03

Darren Daulton, US baseball catcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1962-01-05

Danny Jackson, 1993 World Series Video: Philadelphia vs Toronto Blue Jays

1962-01-11

Donn Pall, Evergreen Park IL, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies, Fl Marlins)

1962-02-15

Kenny Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1962-03-01

Niko Noga, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1962-03-08

William Fuller, NFL defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers)

1962-03-08

William Fuller, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1962-04-09

Freddie Joe Nunn, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1962-04-11

Terry Hoage, Arizona Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1962-08-14

Mark Gubicza, Philadelphia PA, pitcher (KC Royals)

1962-10-12

Sid Fernandez, Honolulu Hawaii, pitcher (NY Mets, Philadelphia Phillies)

1962-12-12

Ray Brown, Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

1962-12-19

Ethan Horton, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1962-9-08

William Frizzell, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1963-01-05

Jeff Fassero, San Francisco Giants vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1963-01-07

Stephanie Roth Haberle, Philadelphia

1963-02-08

Raleigh MCkenzie, NFL center/guard (Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers)

1963-02-10

Lenny Dykstra, centerfielder (NY Met, Philadelphia Phillies)

1963-02-10

Lenny Dykstra, 1993 World Series Video: Philadelphia vs Toronto Blue Jays

1963-02-14

John Marzano, Philadelphia PA, catcher (Seattle Mariners)

1963-03-09

Terry Mulholland, Uniontown PA, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1963-03-27

Randall Cunningham, NFL QB (Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings)

1963-06-27

David Drake, Philadelphia

1963-07-29

Steve Frey, Meadowbrook PA, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1963-10-12

Michael Zordich, NFL strong safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1963-10-12

Mike Zordich, St. Louis Rams vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1963-11-05

Cody Carlson, Houston Oilers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1963-11-10

Michael Anthony Powell, Philadelphia, long jumper (world record 1991, Olympic-silver-88, 92)

1963-12-09

Barry Wilburn, NFL full safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1963-12-09

Barry Wilburn, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1964-02-23

Byron Evans, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1964-04-02

Pete Incaviglia, Pebble Beach CA, outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1964-07-28

David Alexander, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1964-08-04

Clyde Simmons, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1964-09-14

Kurt Gouveia, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1964-10-14

Paul Palmer, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1964-11-01

Richard Cooper, NFL tackle (NO Saints, Philadelphia Eagles)

1964-11-01

Richard Cooper, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1964-12-26

Jeff King, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

1964-9-02

Stephan O'Reilly, The Philadelphia Experiment

1965-01-03

Daniel Stubbs, NFL defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins)

1965-01-20

Brad Brink, US baseball pitcher (SF Giants, Philadelphia Phillies)

1965-02-04

Jerome Brown, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1965-03-09

Benito Santiago, Ponce Puerto Rico, catcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1965-05-14

Kelvin Martin, NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1965-05-24

Rob Ducey, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1965-06-10

Jeffrey Williamson, Philadelphia

1965-06-30

Scott Schwedes, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-07-10

Buddy Groom, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks

1965-09-09

Todd Zeile, Van Nuys CA, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1965-10-09

John Booty, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1965-11-22

Mike Benjamin, Euclid Ohio, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1965-11-22

Eric Allen, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1965-11-30

Mike Zandofsky, NFL guard (Atlanta Falcons, Philadelphia Eagles)

1965-12-16

Moe Elewonibi, NFL/CFL tackle (Philadelphia Eagles, BC Lions)

1965-12-30

Tony Jones, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Houston Oilers

1966-01-09

Jimmie Jones, defensive end/defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-01-31

Charles Dimry, NFL cornerback (Tampa Bay Bucs, Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-01-31

Charles Dimry, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1966-02-20

Britt Hager, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1966-03-16

Rodney Peete, NFL quarterback (Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-03-23

James Saxon, NFL fullback (Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-06-17

Fred Barnett, NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-06-17

Fred Barnett, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1966-08-17

Zefross Moss, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Indianapolis Colts

1966-08-20

Greg Jackson, NFL strong safety (Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers)

1966-10-06

Jimmie Johnson, NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-10-06

Jimmie Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1966-11-02

Orlando Merced, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Houston Astros

1966-11-14

Curt Schilling, Anchorage AK, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1967-02-09

Todd Pratt, US baseball catcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1967-02-20

Broderick Thomas, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1967-02-28

Antone Davis, NFL tackle (Atlanta Falcons, Philadelphia Eagles)

1967-03-03

Calvin Williams, NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1967-03-17

Johnny Bailey, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1967-04-11

Mark Seay, NFL wide receiver (San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles)

1967-04-23

Rheal Cormier, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks

1967-06-06

Michael Timpson, NFL wide receiver (Chic Bears, Philadelphia Eagles)

1967-06-06

Michael Timpson, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1967-07-06

David Whitmore, NFL strong safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1967-07-19

Dale Hurley Jr, Philadelphia, rower (Olympics-1996)

1967-09-24

Frank Cornish, NFL center/guard (Jacksonville Jaguars, Philadelphia Eagles)

1967-10-30

Ty Detmer, quarterback (Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-01-06

Jerry Crafts, NFL/WLAF tackle (Philadelphia Eagles, Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-01-11

Ben Rivera, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1968-01-27

Reggie Johnson, NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-01-29

John Hudson, NFL center/guard (NY Jets, Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-07-24

Mark Gunn, NFL defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-07-29

Mike Williams, Radford VA, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1968-08-01

Rob Carpenter, NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-08-13

William Thomas, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-08-13

William Thomas, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1968-10-20

Rudy Seanez, Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets

1968-10-24

Ken Ryan, Pawtucket RI, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1968-11-07

Russ Springer, Alexandria VA, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1968-11-07

Russ Springer, Philadelphia Phillies vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1968-12-05

Rhett Hall, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-9-28

Jerry Evans, Denver Broncos vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1969-04-06

Andy Harmon, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-04-07

Ricky Watters, NFL running back (Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-05-22

Vaughn Eshelman, Philadelphia PA, pitcher (Boston Red Sox)

1969-05-29

Toby Borland, Quitman LA, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1969-06-12

Kevin Turner, NFL fullback (Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-06-26

Harry Boatswain, NFL tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-07-05

John Leclair, St Albans VT, NHL forward (Team USA, Philadelphia)

1969-08-08

Jerome Henderson, NFL cornerback (NY Jets, Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-08-17

Ivory Lee Brown, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Phoenix Cardinals

1969-08-26

Ricky Bottalico, New Britain CT, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1969-08-27

Chandra Wilson, Philadelphia

1969-09-20

Tommy Jeter, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-09-27

Lester Holmes, NFL guard (Philadelphia Eagles)

1969-11-08

Melissa Givey, Philadelphia

1969-12-17

Marty Carter, Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1969-9-27

Lester Holmes, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Arizona Cardinals

1970-01-28

Mike Chalenski, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-02-13

Kevin Stocker, US baseball infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-02-18

Tyler Green, US baseball pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-02-21

Marc Woodard, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-04-15

Darrin Smith, NFL linebacker (Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-04-29

Derrick Frazier, NFL cornerback (Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-04-29

J R Phillips, West Covina CA, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-04-29

Mark McMillian, NFL cornerback (Philadelphia Eagles, KC Chiefs)

1970-06-08

Troy Vincent, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-06-27

Ricardo Jordan, Delray Beach Fla, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-08-18

Robert Higginson, Philadelphia PA, outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1970-08-21

Steve Everitt, NFL center (Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-09-29

Derrick Oden, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-09-29

Joseph Hudson, Philadelphia PA, pitcher (Boston Red Sox)

1970-10-08

David Doster, Fort Wayne IN, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-10-30

Kevin Johnson, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders)

1970-11-19

Rickey Brady, NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-11-23

Glenn Murray, Manning SC, outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-9-04

Torrance Small, Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1971-01-19

Jeff Juden, Salem MA, baseball pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies, SF Giants)

1971-01-24

Joe Panos, NFL guard/center (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-02-10

Kevin Sefcik, Oaklawn IL, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1971-02-14

Derrick Witherspoon, NFL running back (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-03-10

Morris Unutoa, corner (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-03-28

Mike Caldwell, Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

1971-04-21

Tony McGee, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1971-05-10

Ronnie Dixon, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles, NY Jets)

1971-06-16

Andre President, tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-07-30

Ron Blazier, Altoona PA, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1971-08-07

Chris T Jones, NFL tackle/wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-08-10

Sal Fasano, San Francisco Giants vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1971-08-18

Kevin Bouie, NFL running back (Philadelphia Eagles, Ariz Cardinals)

1971-08-31

Greg Jefferson, NFL defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-09-14

Jonathan "Adam" Holland, Philadelphia, rower (Olympics-1996)

1971-10-05

Chad Lewis, tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-10-23

Alai Kalaniuvalu, NFL guard (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-12-09

Chris Boniol, NFL kicker (Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-12-30

Sylvester Wright, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1971-9-13

Richie Anderson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1972-01-02

Jeff Jackson, US baseball outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1972-01-06

Willie Clark, NFL cornerback (San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-01-18

Mike Lieberthal, Glendale CA, catcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1972-02-13

Charlie Garner, NFL running back (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-03-25

Howard Battle, Biloxi MS, infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1972-04-15

Ricky Otero, Vega Baja Puerto Rico, outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1972-04-16

Antonio Alfonseca, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1972-05-05

Barrett Brooks, NFL tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-05-15

Troy Drake, NFL tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-06-17

Jim Hartman, I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia

1972-06-17

James McKnight, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1972-06-20

Juan Castro, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1972-07-06

Greg Norton, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1972-07-08

Tom Hutton, NFL punter/kicker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-07-18

Bernard Williams, NFL tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-07-21

Joe Rudolph, NFL guard (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-08-09

Eric Zomalt, NFL strong safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-08-15

Freddie Solomon, NFL wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-09-02

James Willis, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-09-19

Fred McCrary, NFL fullback (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-09-22

Nate Dingle, NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-12-02

James Willis, linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-9-02

James Willis, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1972-9-20

Bobby Hoying, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1972-9-27

Andy Briggs, The Philadelphia Experiment

1973-01-18

Edward Jasper, defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-01-21

Bubba Miller, corner (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-01-24

Bubba Miller, Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1973-03-04

Phillip Daniels, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1973-06-03

Charles Emanuel, safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-06-04

Corey Walker, running back (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-06-15

Matt Stevens, safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-08-14

Mike Mamula, NFL linebacker/defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-08-21

Ismael Valdez, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Florida Marlins

1973-08-29

Jermane Mayberry, guard/tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-10-07

Gerald McBurrows, Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1973-10-13

Brian Dawkins, safety (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-10-27

Jason Johnson, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1973-11-15

Jason Dunn, tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-11-16

Howard Smothers, NFL guard (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-11-17

Eli Marrero, Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets

1973-12-28

Bobby Taylor, NFL cornerback (Philadelphia Eagles)

1973-12-28

Bobby Taylor, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1973-12-29

Tomas Perez, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Florida Marlins

1973-9-03

Carlos Emmons, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1974-01-06

Marlon Anderson, Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets

1974-01-10

Hollis Thomas, defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)

1974-03-21

Sean McDermott, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1974-04-12

Bryan Fletcher, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Indianapolis Colts

1974-04-23

Sam Madison, Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

1974-04-27

Frank Catalanotto, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1974-06-09

Jon Harris, defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1974-10-31

Jeff Gooch, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1974-11-30

Luther Broughton, HB (Philadelphia Eagles)

1974-12-29

James Darling, linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)

1975-02-17

Vaclav Prospal, NHL forward (Team Czech Oly-Gold-1998, Philadelphia)

1975-02-27

Duce Staley, running back (Philadelphia Eagles)

1975-04-28

James Thrash, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1975-05-26

Travis Lee, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1975-07-21

Mike Sellers, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1975-08-03

Ndukwe Kalu, defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1975-08-03

N.D. Kalu, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1976-01-28

Jon Jansen, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins

1976-03-16

Abraham Nunez, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1976-03-17

Scott Downs, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1976-04-05

Ross Gload, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1976-04-13

Glenn Howerton, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

1976-05-09

Amy Wynn Pastor, Philadelphia: Meadowburn Lane

1976-05-12

Wes Helms, Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Francisco Giants

1976-06-04

J.C. Romero, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs

1976-11-26

Brian Schneider, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1977-04-14

Rob McElhenney, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

1977-05-16

A.J. Feeley, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1977-06-20

Lucas James, Philadelphia's Night Stalker

1977-11-23

Adam Eaton, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1977-12-03

Chad Durbin, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1977-9-24

Casey Rabach, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1978-01-18

Brian Falkenborg, Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Diego Padres

1978-01-26

Nick Goings, Carolina Panthers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-03-29

Eric Bruntlett, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1978-05-15

Juqua Thomas, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-05-15

Juqua Parker, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1978-05-23

Mike Gonzalez, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1978-07-17

Kevin Curtis, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-08-23

Kobe Bryant, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, NBA guard (LA Lakers)

1978-08-30

Todd Wellemeyer, Philadelphia Phillies vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1978-10-26

Dave Zastudil, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-11-14

Xavier Nady, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Washington Nationals

1979-01-22

Carlos Ruiz, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1979-02-08

Mike McMahon, Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1979-08-13

Corey Patterson, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1979-08-23

Chris Roberson, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1979-08-27

Ladell Betts, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1980-01-17

T.J. Bohn, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1980-04-22

Ginger Reyes, The Smashing Pumpkins: Live from Tower Theater in Philadelphia

1980-08-17

Corey Williams, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1980-08-24

Kevin Correia, Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Francisco Giants

1980-10-30

Laynce Nix, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1980-9-07

Derrick Dockery, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1981-01-13

Reggie Brown, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots

1981-01-16

Mitch Stetter, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Milwaukee Brewers

1981-04-26

Wade Smith, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1981-06-15

Jeremy Reed, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1981-12-22

Melanie Silcott, Fistful of Philly: The Real World Philadelphia Reunion

1981-12-30

Kyle Eckel, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1982-03-02

Sean Jones, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1982-06-10

Tara Lipinski, Philadelphia Pa, figure skater (1997 World Champ)

1982-10-13

Todd Herremans, Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

1982-11-04

Reed Doughty, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-02-26

Jerome Harrison, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-06-18

Dimitri Patterson, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-11-23

Broderick Bunkley, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1983-9-01

Mike Patterson, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1984-01-16

Stephon Heyer, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1984-01-28

Andre Iguodala, basketball & NBA player (Philadelphia 76ers)

1985-01-25

Brent Celek, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1985-9-14

Delmon Young, Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1985-9-21

Antonio Bastardo, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1986-01-15

Fred Davis, Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

1987-03-29

Katie Lintner, Philadelphia

1988-01-12

Andrew Lawrence, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American actor (Brotherly Love, Recess)

Philadelphia - Notable Weddings

Benedict ArnoldApr 8, 1779

Thurgood MarshallSep 4, 1930

Jacqueline SusannApr 2, 1939

Tina FeyJun 3, 2001

Philadelphia - Weddings
Date Event
1779-04-08

US Defector General Benedict Arnold (38) weds Peggy Shippen (18) at Shippen's townhouse in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1930-09-04

Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall (21) weds Vivien Burey at First African Baptist Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1939-04-02

Author Jacqueline Susann (20) weds Irving Mansfield at Har Zion Temple in Philadelphia

1995-06-10

Actress-singer Holly Robinson (30) weds NFL Philadelphia Eagle quarterback Rodney Peete (29) in Los Angeles

1998-11-28

"The Truman Show" actor Noah Emmerich (33) weds "The West Wing" actress Melissa Fitzgerald (30) in a tent outside Philadelphia's Memorial Hall

2001-06-03

Writer and actress Tina Fey (31) weds "Saturday Night Live" composer Jeff Richmond (40) on a Greek Orthodox ceremony at The Merion Tribute House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2007-02-03

Jackass prankster Bam Margera (27) weds Missy Rothstein (26) in downtown Philadelphia

2008-09-22

TV personality and glamour model Kendra Wilkinson (24) weds Philadelphia Eagles NFL player Hank Baskett (26) at Playboy mansion in Los Angeles, California

2008-09-27

"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" actress Kaitlin Olson (33) weds actor Rob McElhenney (31) at the Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu, California

2010-04-09

Philadelphia Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos (30) weds Julie Lesicki at St. Augstine Catholic Church in Philadelphia

2012-06-30

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (32) weds longtime girlfriend Kijfa Frink at the Fontainebleau resort in Miami Beach, Florida

2012-12-01

Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard (33) weds Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader Krystle Campbell in Maui, Hawaii

Philadelphia - Notable Deaths

William AllenSep 6, 1780

Philadelphia - Deaths
Date Event
1780-09-06

William Allen, Mayor of Philadelphia, dies at 76

1851-01-24

Gasparo Spontini, Philadelphia

1893-08-07

Alfredo Catalani, Philadelphia

1902-12-14

Julia Grant, First City Troop of Philadelphia

1944-10-21

Lionel Pape, The Philadelphia Story

1947-10-17

John Halliday, The Philadelphia Story

1948-11-12

Umberto Giordano, Philadelphia

1949-12-03

Philip Barry, The Philadelphia Story

1950-11-20

Francesco Cilea, Philadelphia

1953-06-05

Roland Young, The Philadelphia Story

1959-10-11

Bert Bell, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1968-07-02

Francis Brennan, US cardinal of Philadelphia, dies at 74

1976-01-23

Paul Robeson, athlete/lawyer/singer, dies in Philadelphia at 77

1976-12-03

Mary Nash, The Philadelphia Story

1977-11-18

Davey O'Brien, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1980-08-02

Donald Ogden Stewart, The Philadelphia Story

1981-12-09

Daniel Faulkner, Philadelphia police officer (b. 1955)

1983-05-01

Joseph Ruttenberg, The Philadelphia Story

1984-08-11

Percy Mayfield, Philadelphia

1986-07-08

Spider Lockhart, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1987-06-13

Vivian Brown, The Philadelphia Experiment

1989-04-21

Tommy Thompson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1992-06-25

Jerome Brown, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1992-07-13

Alex Wojciechowicz, NFLer (Philadelphia Eagles), dies at 76

1993-11-15

Lucia Popp, Philadelphia

1993-12-27

Michael Callen, Philadelphia

1994-02-24

Daniel Chapman, Philadelphia

1994-06-28

Kurt Eichhorn, Philadelphia

1995-02-19

John Howard, The Philadelphia Story

1995-03-03

Howard Yanks, founder of the Philadelphia folk festival, dies at 65

1995-11-20

Dodie Demme, Philadelphia

1997-07-31

Wade B. Rubottom, The Philadelphia Story

1997-11-16

Russ "Mad Monk" Meyer, pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies), dies at 74

2001-06-18

Roger Olkowski, The Philadelphia Experiment

2003-04-15

Leonard Tose, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2003-06-10

Karl Fruchtmann, Philadelphia, ich bin da!

2003-07-28

Adrian Burk, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2003-12-18

Charles Berlitz, The Philadelphia Experiment

2004-05-20

Gary Ballman, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

2004-10-02

Nick Skorich, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2005-04-19

Ruth Hussey, The Philadelphia Story

2005-09-02

Tom Bailey, San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

2005-12-07

Bud Carson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2006-01-09

Jack Snow, Los Angeles Rams vs. Philadelphia Eagles

2006-02-16

Ernie Stautner, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2006-09-21

Vic Sears, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2006-11-23

Jack Ferrante, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2007-07-10

Frank Kilroy, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2008-04-07

Bob Howard, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles

2009-01-13

Russ Craft, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2009-07-28

Jim Johnson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2009-09-15

David Zdunich, Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia

2010-08-19

Johnny Bailey, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2011-06-03

John Henry Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

2011-08-16

Pete Pihos, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2011-08-18

Norm Willey, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2012-07-27

Art Malone, Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

2013-03-21

Harlon Hill, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

2013-06-02

Ron Smith, Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Diego Chargers

2013-11-15

Mike McCormack, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2014-09-21

Caldwell Jones, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

2014-10-06

Bill Campbell, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2015-01-03

Allie Sherman, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2015-03-27

Rodney Hundley, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Bullets

2017-08-07

Former Philadelphia Phillies All-Star Darren Daulton Dies at Age 55

2018-05-22

Philadelphia's LOVE statue artist, Robert Indiana, dies at 89


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